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. >> >> this change to those deficits the fact is this president is in a ght race with governor romney it is not seem there is a clear winner. >> i think governor romney will win the numbers show the majority and they are better able to handle it that obama. even though we get little changes we still go 35 miles per hour when we should be going 70. people though the rest of the world is not right. the first abate mitt romney proved he can meet -- lead the country. lou: arguably he will change the history with that performance. what can be done by president romney to change the trajectory of this economy with more than a job creation machine? >> number one data piss-off the fiscal cliff. so we don't have a severe recession but simplify the tax code. fire ben bernanke to get somebody who realizes to cheapen the dollar is not the way to wealth. >> he could force him out. >> harry truman showed you could fire the fed chairman. [laughter] as well as a general. [laughter] lou: none of that has the immediate effect of those who have suffered under this administration. those who don't have a job and are unde
paid for that window. so that's commerce. >> it is. you spoke about deficit spending a moment ago. look one of the problems we have in this country right now, one of the reasons why we can't get economic growth going more than about 2% is because of the deficit that we're running. deficits have a negative impact on the economy. so long term that isn't a good measure is. again if it was a good idea to go around and basically destroying property to create economic growth why don't we blow up a few cities and we can have a lot of economic growth? the real issue is is that we need productive commerce over time. not replacement commerce but long-term. we're talking about --. melissa: like how, lance. how can we do that? >> we need productive commerce. in the short term we'll get half a percent bump to gdp. long term it's a different issue. melissa: jeff, what do you think is the short or long term way we get the economy rolling again if it is not a big storm like sandy? >> really where does prosperity come from? not from deinstructing things and building them back up. it comes from getting t
about the deficit and the impact on our children infrastructure is every bit as important. if we don't bring it up to speed it will hurt. >> john, do you think that building better school is going to change the education of our students. isn't it tougher standard and more competition. >> not one iota. it is a desperate act of the administration that ismenting to be perceived as doing 100,000 new teachers will not make investment rise . salary takers from the federal government can train jobs for the put future is laughable. best way to do that is are duce the burden. >> mark, is this another stimulus plan that is going to work the same way the last one did? >> i think the last one was ineffective because members of the congress decileded to bloc it and we spend lile and we needed to spend two or three times the amount. it is 287 billion and we should have spent triple tt and we have a 14.8 trillion. halfwent to loans and aid to bail out wall street. >> and so why are we going to spend money on jobs? >> we also have a 16.2 trillion debt. and of course, the last bit of spending did not
addresses the deficit and the need for revenues. let's leave that problem off the table and talk about the job situation. i like what romney wantso do, the code has a lot of deductions that shouldn'te there, we should just lower rates and get at them. and in fixing that, if you pay 25%, and then you get deduct the mortgage or don't get to deduct the mortgage and pay 20%. if you're net-net not getting taxed any more, i don't see how that's actually going to lead to more spending and i tell you a little dangerous in the short run, the housing market is still-- and to pull out major deductions the home mortgage deduction being one of them. he didn't say he was going to do that, if it didn't do that, but makes the budget work. >> brenda: i know, the tax code is like war and peace. overhauling it, will that help get jocks. >> like you've read that. >> not immediately, but look, we've got the most sophisticated tax code in the entire world, makes us uncompetitive and the u.s. falls on a competitive basis and a lot of reason is the tax code. what it's done, it's made small businesses at a big
're seeing it for the first time on this program. ♪ >> today, i'm pledging to cut the deficit we inherited by half by the end of my first term in office. >> i will be held accountable. if i don't have it done in three years, there's going to be a one term proposition. >> in response to a video -- >> very incentive video. >> this video -- >> crude and disgusting video. >> the video -- ♪ john: what's this going to do? >> we're hoping it goes viral as the first one did, and the message is simple is this president has been blowing smoke for the last four years, and it's time for him to go. john: thank you, mark block. next, what about propaganda from ppesident obama? he said he would create and reduce the deaf silt. i'm ticked off about what he said versus what he does, but the next guest defends our president. we'll fight next. ♪ [appuse] john: political propaganda. some times of political ads, but more often the candidates themselves. propaganda. then make promises they don't keep us eight things they don't need. suck up to special interest groups. president obama does tha look at this c
the poverty line the highest level in almost two decades. the president doesn't ever like to mention deficits by number like $1 trillion, four straight years. or our national debt to that is 16 trillion. gdp growth under his administration has slowed under his policy from 2.4% from 1.8 % a reserve forecast of around 1.7 through two point* o. governor christie and the president boast about their great job but the misery index is growing as gas lines stretch. people not enjoy the mutual admiration society. gasoline prices were average of $1.84 they could double that now. the war on terror? this administration decided it would not use that expression embargo today the president declared al qaeda as it decimated despite the fact for americans were killed benghazi be he designed mention that the there. you don't hear the president talk about the youtube video. remember he was concerned about insulting islam? with embassies and consulates? his contradictions and revisions unmentionable by the national liberal media up. immigration reform we will just talk about 10. you will hear the president talk
into the recession. inadequate growth. people know in their bones, worried about the deficit, the debt, they don't like the affordable care act. another country to be more prosperous and growing in a much more rapid pace. we have an anemic recovery. lou: and we have noticed. we appreciate you getting this to the economics, as well as the politics. let's hear it. governor romney going to win ohio? >> i believe he will. these numbers, lots of conflicting polls. two things that break it for me. nine of 13 of the last polls show romney winning independence you don't lose ohio if you are winning independence, and second of all, these early vote numbers are strong as it and acre of garlic and we say in texas. lou: thank you for being with us. appreciate it. thank you for bringing your strong texas language. it feels like home. >> there we go. lou: much more on the final stretch of the election and what's to -- what to expect from both candid it's as that day approaches. hurricane sandy aftermath. five days and, and tempers are flaring. frustration is building as gas lines grow longer and longer and lo
, we're broke!. >> no, we're not. melissa: we have a 16 droll trillion deficit. we can't throw a way half a billn dollars on a prram that has 16% of workers in a job six mont late if i ran a company with a 16% success rate, i would be out on the street with all of my, and i'm paying for this. you're paying for this. these are tax dollars! this is horrible!. >> 16% success rate is very poor. melissa: it is horrendous. >> this isthe first effort. look, we've done stimulus programs in other industries to get them going in the past, oil, gas, telephones, internet. we've done all these things. we'll have to do this to get the green jobs industry going. we have to start thinki about renewables and so we're not sending our bys and women over to the middle east to fight for oil. melissa: bain capital buys a company, and 16% of the people are employed six months later what do you guys say about bain capital. >> 20% of the companies they invested in went bankru. 8%. grope jobs. melissa:hat means 78% companies in business. 78 versus 16. >> we talk about solyndra like end of the world. melissa:
think that as far as having to respect, i think we will lose more respect by having massive deficit, structural plus $0.40 on every dollar borrowed. neil: that is brilliantly put. i wish when i was arguing earlier and from it that way, that's what makes it a big expert and the degree teleprompter reader. in all seriousness that is a very good point. also the human safety issue. i know others have expanded. you can do a lot of the stuff of computers but you and i know you can't do it exclusively on computers. you need people doing stuff. there is an alternative. but what you make of that argument that next time, and there will be in next time, we get our act together so that we can resume trading regardless of the calamity or is it that important to resume trading? >> and if those guys had gone back to work early, we had at crash where a trillion dollars was lost in the market in ten minutes. luckily it was recouped by the end of the day. investors have lost faith in the markets. they lost faith in equities. the last thing we need is people going back to work, risking safety and at t
, they say, it's president obama who has a clear path to deficit reduction. he will use tax hikes to cut the debt. so they say. incredible! a capitalist magazine endorses tax and spend big government? i've he said many times that the elites are usually wrong, "the economist" is an elite magazine and they're wrong on america. as i said they have betrayed their principles. they have betrayed their own editorial history. goodbye. all energy development comes with some risk, but proven technologies allow natural gas producers to supply affordable, cleaner energy, while protecting our environment. across america, these technologies protect air - by monitoring air quality and reducing emissions... ...protect water - through conservation and self-contatained cycling systems... ... and protect land - by reducing our footprint and respecting wildlife. america's natural gas... domestic, abundant, clean energy to power our lives... that's smarter power today. dothank you, mr. speaker, uh, energmembers of congress.... in celebration of over 75 years of our government employees insurance company, or
was 195.5% of the overall surplus giving the united states leverage with china because china runs deficits with the rest of the world to run a surplus with us. we don't have to worry about china. dennis: i see. donald gross, the more you tell the chinese what to do, the more recalcitrant they get. >> the question with china and getting tough with china is look at the issue and the overall context of the relationship. right now, primary focuses on strengthening the fragile u.s. economic recovery, the american growth rate at 2%, the chinese growth rate at 8%, and the fact is that u.s. trade with china's highly beneficial. china's helping us to pull out of the global economic crisis. as you probably know, china's america's third largest export market. it's the largest growth market in the world for u.s. goods and services so we have to address the serious trade issues we have with china, but do it in a way that doesn't disrupt the overall highly beneficial economic relationship that we have. dennis: right. how bad a violater is china? we're mad at them for protectionist policies, but george w
and they will attack the deficits and you think you're going to get more productivity out of government. i think that will be a surprise to a lot of people. cheryl: you know, jeff, one of the things that we'll be looking at over the next few weeks is how the employment data and also economic data will be impacted by the storm. we're already seeing some companies point out one of the problems being quote, unquote, sandy. how will we really know what companies are really saying with regards to sandy? or frankly not saying? do you trust the numbers you get out of u.s. corporations? >> well the analysts i talk to are going to give companies a pass if you will because of sandy. so, i think that, that, i wouldn't pay a whole lot of attention to the numbers. until you get into the first quarter of next year. ashley: very good. jeff saut, with raymond james. jeff, thanks so much for joining you. we appreciate it. cheryl: some are getting power back actually in new york and new jersey right now commuter town hoboken, new jersey, remains largely underwater, leaving its residents stuck in their homes with
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